Canadian Photographer Launches Camping App

There’s an app for almost everything these days, even ones to keep you in the loop when you’re somewhere to supposedly disengage, according to a CBC News report.

Enter the Camping Passport, created by a freelance photographer, mother and avid camper from Beaumont, Alta., Leanne Carrobourg.

“Every time we go camping I like to keep track of where we went and when, and make certain about what we liked or didn’t like,” Carrobourg said from a campsite at Tie Lake near Fernie, B.C.

You enter your location, the dates you stayed and what you liked about the campground, add pictures and rate the amenities.

“It’s hard to remember all those little details when we have, let’s say 10 months between our camping season,” said Carrobourg.

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